Requests for comment/Libellous information of User:Dubicko
The following request for comments is closed. Closed as inactive. StevenJ81 (talk) 14:46, 7 November 2017 (UTC)
RFC statement by Juandev
I’ve tried to propose constructive cooperation to Dubicko and spoke to her several times about her behavior. Her response was mostly aggressive: "stop trolling". After releasing the first libelous information, I have requested steward Hoo man to oversight that edit. He responded to me that I have to ask local administration, like Danny B. So I have contacted him as recommended, but after seeing no response, I have contacted other two admins of cs.wikt: Zdenekk2 and Tchoř. I got the answer just from user Tchoř. He was arguing that such "critique" could be seen elsewhere and it’s not hided, or that I should ask Dubicko, for here measurements.
Since I still don’t agree with Tchoř and I resist it is a libelous information, which should be removed, I come to you, Wikimedia community to ask, for your point of views and recommendations how to solve the conflict. For an easier evaluation I have paid a professional interpreter, to translate Dubicko's last statements.
- Statement 1
“I am generally against the fact that people, who were proven guilty of serious misconduct on other projects, and furthermore, whose contribution to content is only marginal, should claim the right to draw up rules (and in a critical tone). This applies to both Juan and Auvajs. If they can stick with it here for some time and if they properly and usefully edit... the situation will change. --[[Uživatel:Dubicko|Dubicko]] ([[Diskuse s uživatelem:Dubicko|diskuse]]) 22. 2. 2015, 12:01 (UTC)” (source)
- Statement 2
“Reaperman, don't even let him waste your time. A person, who almost isn't active on any wikiproject and who even wants to get through with his hatred to Danny B. and others to wikimania, , is just not worth any reaction... ... --[[Uživatel:Dubicko|Dubicko]] ([[Diskuse s uživatelem:Dubicko|diskuse]]) 5. 3. 2015, 16:04 (UTC)” (source)
Recently I had a look for Dubicko's/Lenka64's contributions to cs.wikt. I have identified 101 comments done by her during the last 5 years. These comments, I would characterise as personal attacks, libelious information, bad will, bossing, wrong information display as fact, uncivility, driving users out, social segregation, trolling, provocation etc. 24 of these, I would characterise as libelious and another 5 as bordering. So these should be oversighted also. I am a target 21 times, Kusurija 1 time, user X1 5 times, user X2 2 times, user X3 1 time and 1 time wp community is a target. (I dont disclose details (user names, links) not to do more damange than necessary)
Simillar evaluation was recently done by user Auvajs. He found 59 comments of user Dubicko (2 years back), which he think to be wrong/PAs. There was a long discussion about that, unfortunatelly non of the admins involved (Tchoř, Zdenekk2) think her edits are problem. Another 3 local admins (Danny B., Milda and JAn Dudík) didnt show up, even 6 active contributers think it is a problem.
I am not saying Meta or stewards, should work on this problem. E.g. on cs.wv, this problem is managed locally. Lenka64 does not have any edits in main namespace there, since she showed up about 4 years ago. Many of her comments (thats what she was doing there) were found as personal attacks. 37 edits were identified to contain libelious informations. She was given 30 days to come with proves to here statements. Instead she continuted with using Wikimedia servers to distribute libelious information. It was proposed and agreed to hide all of her comments including libelious information (and this is still ongoing). Now Czech Wikiversity has a policy that libelious information, cannot be on the project and must be hided/oversighted. What I am trying to say, that there is no room for libels on WMF projects. It is prohibited from ToU, there is an Overight policy. It demage the reputation of project contributors and it push them away from projects.--Juandev (talk) 11:28, 1 April 2015 (UTC)
Statement of Dubicko
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You cannot stop it, can you. -jkb- 09:10, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
Quick and short reaction: I do not consider statement 1 libelous, because Juandev was proven guilty of serious misconduct on other project.--Tchoř (talk) 09:15, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
- Thats not a prove.--Juandev (talk) 16:36, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
- Comment Please identify the part(s) that you consider to be the libel, and how they are libellous. — billinghurst sDrewth 12:33, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
- Juandev was proven guilty of serious misconduct on other projects --> in the link above you are saying On the balance of probability, you are not certain, its not 100 % clear
- Juandev's contribution to content [on other projects than cs.wikt] is only marginal --> reality is different, I can help you and pick something:
- 11 500 uploads to Wikimedia Commons - is that a marginal contribution?
- 51 quality images - is that a marginal contribution?
- thousands of articles on cs.wp and 2 quality - is that a marginal contribution?
- VisualEditor user debugging
- hundreds of MediaWiki messages translated
- was administering Czech Wikipedia and English Wikiversity
- Juandev isn't almost active on any wikiproject --> GUC shows my activity (mostly Commons, Wikiversity and Wiktionary)
- Juandev wants to get through with his hatred to Danny B. and others to wikimania --> The topic of the proposed presentation will gain me scolarship to Wikimania. Thats a nonsence, that is not how the process works. More over Dubicko, does not know if I applied of if I go there. Dubicko and noone knows, who is the content of the proposal. The content of this proposal si a sociological POV. I dont want to talk, about any names, just sociological dynamics.
Comments from kusurija
- Comment User:Dubicko alias Lenka64 is very offensive all the time and on more projects, not only on cs.wictionary: see in cs:wikipedia: Vařil MJ s několika podobnýma dort...narvali tam, co jim přišlo pod ruku (wikislovník, wikicitáty, wikiverzitu, ....) a vznkl pěkný blivajz (česká wikipedie) :) --[[Wikipedista:Lenka64|Lenka64]] 12. 1. 2012, 12:10 (UTC). But back to cs.wictionary: User:Dubicko insulted me too: ano, opravdu mám větší počet netriviálních editací na malých projektech než kdekterý líný žvanivý jouda z wikipedie... yes, I really have more nontrivial edits done on small projects than whichever (offensive meaning here) lazy/idle piffling "jouda" - [nontranslable offensive/dehonesting] - from wikipedia.... (note: I have 1383 nondeleted entries (and very much deleted, although these was much more informative, than some deletors entries) on cs.wictionary. Cf. there are e.g. 221 entries of samogithian nouns, whether on en.wikt is 30 entries, and similary see interwiki here). These are only illustrative samples, there are very much such samples of offensive comments (offensive mostly against Juandev, less against me and against many other users too). The link where You are saying On the balance of probability... Dubicko/Lenka64 were placed/mentioned many, many times on not one (small) project of czech WikiMedia projects. In all these cases was needed to do something, but sysops (which because that seems to be "protectors" of Dubicko/Lenka64) denied to take any action. This made stiffling atmosphere on these projects. When (me) saying about stiffling atmosphere on these projects, I was criticized about it. --Kusurija (talk) 10:01, 15 March 2015 (UTC)
- A small clarification to your statment. Its true, that in most projects admins do almost nothing about her disruptive behaviour. I am saying almost, because on cs.wv, she got 2 hours block and on cs.wikt 3 days block, but its really nothing regarding the amount of agressivness and time have passed (see above). But this luck of will exclude cs.wp, where she was already 3 times blocked (personal attacks) and local Arbitration Comitee came up with the meassure to protect user Okino, who felt to be targeted by Lenka's agressivity.
- But basically I agree with Kusurija's statment that the protection from her attacks is deeply insuficient and you can see contributors, who are leaving the project, because of that.--Juandev (talk) 10:44, 1 April 2015 (UTC)